To add a slight change to the normal baking or pancake recipes why not try buttermilk with these great ideas.
These waffles are my favourite. You can also add a little fruit before closing the waffle iron - blueberries work very well. You can make the batter the night before to save time as well.
This is a nice variation on the typical scone using buttermilk to give it a little bit of an extra tang. Serve with butter and jam.
I sometimes ice this cake with some coconut essence-flavoured cream cheese icing and then sprinkle coconut all over the top but it's also fine plain!
Soda bread is a very easy bread that requires no kneading. It is even better the next day. Serve with butter as a side to Irish stew!
These are the American style buttermilk pancakes that are much thicker than those I am used to; traditionally they are served with maple syrup but you can eat them however you want.
These muffins use millet and wholemeal flour to make a healthy buttermilk muffin. You can find millet in health food shops.
Excellent egg free pancakes, the bananas and buttermilk give body, moisture and taste. Easy to make and they disappear quickly!
This pancake recipe was handed down to me by my Great Aunt Clara. The only instruction apart from the ingredients list was, "keeps well in a sealed jar". This pancake batter doubles well and gets eaten up right away, so no need for sealed jars!!! The main thing to remember when making these pancakes is: don't overmix!!! You should always have lumps in the batter.
I had some buttermilk left in the house and decided to make a batch of scones with it, as I couldn't find a recipe at the time I made this one up.
A cake that tastes great and is good for you is handy to have in your repertoire. It has a buttermilk cream cheese icing.